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Mr_HOlgate2 Posted on 15/04/2019 19:43
How does scratching stop an itch?
 
 
Whatís the science behind it?
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bear66 Posted on 15/04/2019 19:51

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
Make the hurt take a sensation away from some where else. Scratch your leg and your back itch disappears.
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Cant_pick_a_username Posted on 15/04/2019 19:58

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
Depends whatís causing the itch.

If itís a tiny bit of poo stuck on your bum hair then the scratch would probably move it so it doesnít tickle or itch you anymore. But chances are itíll start itching somewhere else soon so I would recommend using wet wipes to make sure you wipe all the poo up and Iíd also recommend trimming your bum hair regularly to minimise the number of clingons.

Youíre welcome.
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TheFair86 Posted on 15/04/2019 20:01

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
When you have an itch, this is created by a subcateneous electrical impulse in the secondary epidermal layer of your skin, close to where you have large bundles of nerve endings. Minor fluctuations how those nerve endings react to your natural electrical charge sometimes create an itch, as well as physical contact (wind, insects etc) to skin or hairs on your skin.

When you scratch the skin, this reverses the polarity for nerve endings in what is called the "Mayner-Bauer effect"; essentially resetting them.

This was only really fully understood in the 50's after some extensive testing, and even today it sounds completely made up because it is.
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1finny Posted on 15/04/2019 20:15

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
Wow
Who knew
Nice one
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whinneybanksaint Posted on 15/04/2019 20:27

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
How the XXXXXX do you trim your bum hair ??
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Cant_pick_a_username Posted on 15/04/2019 20:40

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
Whinney

Iíve tried hair removal cream but had a bad reaction once so donít do that no more, the other half has done it a couple of times but to be honest itís just as easy to Cup my balls and lift them right the way up out of the way and use my electric razor to trim it all...after a nice good clean of course [^]
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Heam44 Posted on 15/04/2019 21:52

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
Whinneybanks,

Slowly and carefully.
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whinneybanksaint Posted on 15/04/2019 21:56

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
Do you have to straddle a mirror and how do you get the scissors in the gap without cutting yourself. You need to be a contorionist.
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Boroz Posted on 15/04/2019 22:35

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
Whinney that reminds me of the old Chubby joke. His missus standing over a mirror for an inspection, Chubby runs in to the bedroom and rugby tackles her. XXXXXX ell Chubby you've nearly broken me leg. Aye love but if you'd fallen down that hole you'd have broken your fxxxxxen neck!
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Cant_pick_a_username Posted on 16/04/2019 07:33

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
Whinney

Nah I donít have much of a kite so can easily bend right over. If I had a bigger chopper I could probably suck myself off as well (the question is, if I could would I come in my own mouth [?])

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Cant_pick_a_username Posted on 16/04/2019 07:34

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
Boroz [:D]
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whinneybanksaint Posted on 16/04/2019 07:54

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
Boroz. [^]
Cant Pick... words fail me !!
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laughing Posted on 16/04/2019 09:50

How does scratching stop an itch?

 
I was curious about this a couple of years ago. It seems an itch is just a mild pain. Scratching replaces the mild pain with a temporary larger pain.
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